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Dominick Dolci is a family law and criminal defense attorney in DuPage County, IL. Dominick acts as the Managing Partner at the Law Offices of Dolci & Weiland, with offices in Oakbrook Terrace, IL and Chicago, IL.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
- White Collar Crime
- Domestic Violence
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- English: Spoken, Written
- Managing Partner
- Dolci & Weiland
- - Current
- Dominick R. Dolci is the Managing Partner at the Law Offices of Dolci & Weiland - A Chicagoland criminal defense and divorce/family law firm.
- The John Marshall Law School
- J.D. / Law (1990)
- Top 100 National Trial Lawyer
- The National Trial Lawyers
- State Bar of Illinois # 6203006
- The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers
- - Current
Articles & Publications
- New Standardized Divorce Maintenance in Illinois | 2015
- Illinois Family Law Journal | Dolci & Weiland
Websites & Blogs
- DuPage Law Office of Dolci & Weiland website
- Dolci & Weiland Attorneys at Law Blog
- Gross Income to Net Income Conversion Chart: Illinois Child Support
17 July 2017
- Illinois No Refusal DUI Initiative
17 July 2017
- Illinois DUI and your Driver’s License: Statutory Summary Suspension
8 May 2017
- To Blow or Not to Blow? What You Need to Know About DUI Laws in Illinois
18 April 2017
- What Should I Bring to a Consultation with my Divorce Attorney?
12 March 2017
4 Questions Answered
- Q. 5 month pregnant wife wants divorce and possibly lose the child on purpose, what rights do I have to the baby?
- A: The right to an abortion is typically hers, alone. However, if she is actually 5 months pregnant she is beyond the point of being able to do a legal abortion. If you truly fear that she would do something to hurt the baby at this time, you should report that to her doctor.
- Q. I live in Illinois. I am planning on moving to North Carolina in 8 weeks. Should I hold off on filing or can I file now?
- A: It depends on which state you want to have jurisdiction for your divorce.
- Q. Say you give the police access to your phone to help solve your case, can the police charge you with anything they read?
- A: Police would be required to get a search warrant to look through your phone. However, if you voluntarily allow them to look through your phone and they were to find incriminating evidence, they would be able to charge you for that.
- Q. My 20 year old son got arrested for DUI on private property. What is the difference being on private property?
- A: Private property relates to the issue of summary suspension. If the state cannot prove that your son drove on a public way, then the summary suspension should be rescinded as a matter of law. The criminal charge of DUI can still be brought by the state even though your son was on private property. I've had cases where people were sitting in their car in the garage with the keys in it listening to music, having no intention of leaving, still being charged with DUI. The civil summary suspension and the criminal charge of DUI are two separate legal matters. Hope this helps.
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